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USE OF DATA VISUALIZATION TOOLS TO UNDERSTAND AND ADVOCATE FOR UNDERREPRESENTED ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN GROUPS Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE) Conference • Oakland, CA • April 7, 2017 TONY LOSONGCO, Academic Support Specialist, Learning Center YOSHIKO TAKAHASHI, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Criminology BACKGROUND Over 1 million Asian Pacific Islander (API) students in college Overall, API young adults have high rates of college enrollment and graduation In the past 20 years, national-level data have revealed differences within API o Differences between Asians and Pacific Islanders in college enrollment and graduation rates o Enrollment reporting for only Asian subgroups TIMELINE ❶ 1997 ❷ ❸ 2002 2007 ❹ ❺ 2012 2017 ❶ U.S.
In particular, how will Whites react at selective, elite universities, where Asians are increasingly prominent and other non-Whites are maintaining or capturing a larger share of enrollments?
Many of these negative portrayals of Asians emerged in American popular culture in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, during the first wave of Asian immigration to the United States.
Mongoloids (East Asians), Caucasoids (Europeans, South Asians and North Africans), and Negroids (sub-Saharan Africans).